Panthera co-founders, Drs. Thomas Kaplan and Alan Rabinowitz, will come together at NYC’s 92Y this Sunday, January 16, at 7:30pm to discuss the fragile state of the world’s remaining tiger populations and whether current conservation strategies can truly save this species from extinction. If you live in the area, please join us for the “Saving the Tiger: Already Too late?” lecture to learn about the fate of the less than 3,000 tigers left in the wild and what Panthera is doing to save them.
Visit 92Y and enter PAN3 at checkout to receive a 50% discount on your ticket purchase.
“Saving the Tiger: Already Too Late?” is the last panel in the three three-part lecture series, Safari of the Mind. Be sure to check back for details about the rescheduling of “The Vanishing Lion” lecture given by lion expert Dr. Luke Hunter, Panthera’s Executive Vice President.